On August 28th, I came across the following press release:
Every generation has an iconic figure who captures the spirit, personifies the will, and represents the hope and promise of its people. Sen. Barack Obama is cast in this mold: He stands among a select few, an heir of the icons and civic leaders who came before him, who all dutifully accepted the responsibility of public service in a quest to move our country in a new direction.
Today, we proudly stand on the threshold of a historic moment. This evening — on the 45th anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have A Dream” speech — Sen. Obama will become the first African-American to accept the presidential nomination of a major U.S. political party. This is a symbolic realization of Dr. King’s vision, a triumphant milestone in U.S. history, regardless of one’s political affiliations.
Haven MediaGroup founder and noted percussionist Harvey Mason, legendary vocalist Deniece Williams and songwriter Jerry Peters were all inspired by Sen. Obama’s quest for the presidency and his universal message for change. The trio collaborated to create “A Change We Can Believe In,” a stirring recording that embodies Sen. Obama’s platform.
An anthem of hope, unity and democracy, we believe everyone can find solidarity and inspiration in “A Change We Can Believe In." Celebrate history with us and play "A Change We Can Believe In" on your station or add it to your playlist; two versions are available for download by clicking the links below:
Universal Chorus Version:
Deniece Williams Lead Vocal Version:
Also, you can watch its video by clicking on the YouTube link below:
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I clicked on the media links above, and was immediately reminded of a scene from the movie "Cabaret".
Let's re-live the moment. Senator Barrack Obama was going to become the annointed candidate for the Democrat nomination to the American Presidency. He was going to accept this nomination in a stadium decorated as a neo-Classical temple. Surely someone must see how over-the-top this all was going to be. But all I heard were crickets chirping. Until today, when I see that someone finally noticed what this campaign is turning into. From Gateway Pundit, "Freaky Video Surfaces... Cult Kids Sing 'Yes We Can' Indoctrination Song".
"It's like that Texas cult but they wear blue hope T-shirts instead.Can you say, Indoctrination? Somebody rescue these kids!"
The rise of national socialism, the rise of fascism, were both viewed by the citizens of Germany and Italy as a response to a progressive agenda. Instead of relying upon the creativity of individuals, Germans and Italians turned to the State to provide them a Vision. Were your "rights" as a German or Italian threatened by corrupt and greedy corporations? It was time to vote for "Change!" (Is there any question why the Left supports Hamas and the PLO? Has dinner with Ahmadinejad? Criticises Israel?)
The images being evoked by the Democrats were disturbing. The parallels between the rise of national socialism and fascism were there. So I did what any person would do. Called mom.
She had experienced the evocative response to the media adoration, the images and the attitudes of the progressive movement that I had had. See, World War Two was a real thing with mom. Beyond the usual, family and friends fighting and dying to keep freedom safe, I also have an uncle--had an uncle--who did something rather unusual. On April 29, 1945, my uncle entered Dachau.
So, from the tip of his head, to his promise of "Change!" there is a fundamental part of me that is repulsed by Barrack Obama and his progressive acolytes. How fundamentally repulsed?
Watch this video.